A number of Culver City streets are slated to be resurfaced beginning Mon. July 9.
The “slurry seal” resurfacing project mixes fine rocks and asphalt, which is then spread in a thin layer over existing asphalt pavements to prevent streets from deteriorating, according to a City release.
Preparation for the work starts this coming Monday. The project will be completed between July 23 and July 27.
Affected streets will be closed between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on the day that slurry seal is being implemented. Below is a list of affected streets:
- Barman Avenue (between Sepulveda Boulevard and Elenda Street)
- Spad Place (between Venice Boulevard and Washington Boulevard)
- Reid Avenue (between Washington Boulevard and Jacob Street)
- Cardiff Avenue (between Culver Boulevard and the city limits)
- Culver Park Drive (between Sawtelle Boulevard and Slauson Avenue)
- Ocean Drive (between Overland Avenue and Rhoda Way)
- Kinston Avenue (between Jefferson Boulevard and Stever Street)
- Kelmore Street (between Overland Avenue and Kinston Avenue)
- Whitburn Street (between Overland Avenue and Kinston Avenue)
- Bernardo Road (between Tellefson Road and the cul-de-sac)
- All asphalt streets within Studio Estates neighborhood
Lindblade Street (between Sepulveda Boulevard and Elenda Street) and Tilden Avenue (between Venice Boulevard and Washington Place) are also scheduled to be slurry sealed. However, both these streets will be having their water mains replaced by Golden State Water Company during this time frame. The City says the slurry seal on these streets will take place after GSW completes its work.